Regions and Regionalism in Europe
The last 50 years has seen the rise across Europe of a new intermediate level of government and politics, usually referred to as a region. However, the term region means many different things and can be approached from many different angles - geographical, historical, cultural, social, economic and political.
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TERRITORIES CENTRES AND PERIPHERIES TOWARD A GEOETHNICGEOECONOMICGEOPOLITICAL MODEL OF DIFFERENTIATION W...
Germany From Geographical Expression to Regional Accommodation
AHR Forum A Europe of Regions Reflections on the Historiography of SubNational Places in Modern Times
Regional Planning and Urban Governance in Europe and the USA
Regionalism in Western Europe Conceptual Problems of a New Political Perspective
Place and region regional worlds and words
Modern Democratic Experiences of Territorial Management Single Houses But Many Mansions
THE RISE OF THE REGION STATE
WINNERS AND LOSERS THE NEW MAP OF ECONOMIC INEQUALITY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
THE REGIONAL DILEMMA IN A NEOLIBERAL EUROPE
SubNational Mobilization and European Integration Does it Make Any Difference?
The politics of European Union regional policy
Patrolling the Frontier Globalization Localization and the Actorness of NonCentral Governments
European and North American Contexts for Crossborder Regionalism
The European Meso An Appraisal
Is there a regional level of government in Europe?
THE RESURGENCE OF REGIONAL ECONOMIES TEN YEARS LATER THE REGION AS A NEXUS OF UNTRADED INTERDEPENDENCES
REGIONAL MOTORS OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
An Institutionalist Perspective on Regional Economic Development
Theory Led by Policy The Inadequacies of the New Regionalism Illustrated from the Case of Wales
THE LEARNING ECONOMY THE LEARNING FIRM AND THE LEARNING REGION A SYMPATHETIC CRITIQUE OF THE LIMITS TO LEA...
The dramaturgy of horizons geographical scale in the Reconstruction of Italy by the new Italian political parties 199295
Italian regionalism or Padanian nationalism the political project of the Lega Nord in Italian politics
The paradox of the region economic regulation and the representation of interests
Between EU Requirements Competitive Politics and National Traditions Recreating Regions in the Accession Countries of Central and Eastern Europe
POLICY LEARNING IN REGIONAL NETWORKS
Regional Autonomy and State Paradigm Shifts in Western Europe
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